Illustration Master Course – Ep. 2: CHARACTER DESIGN

Hey guys welcome back to my Master class series. It’s my collaboration with YouTube and Google to help you build a portfolio to make a living with your art. Last episode, we had a really fun story time
video featuring my character Nima. She brought us in a really fun journey on
how to get started. Having all the tools to make sure you’re ready to build your
portfolio. For this episode, we’re gonna learn about character design! I’ve
learned a lot of things as a student and through my professional career and I
really want to tell you guys all about it. And then we’re gonna be designing a
character in my book Nima. She’s the secondary main character. She’s super awesome, I’m super excited to show you. So, let’s get started. Character design! Probably the most popular genre in art simply because we are characters. We
are characters, we relate to characters therefore we want to draw characters. One
of the key things about character design is relatability. It’s so important that we
relate to their story. if we don’t relate to them then we don’t really care for
them. Any games that you play, any movies that you watch, we’re always following
the main character and seeing what decisions they make and revealing their
story. And you have to make sure that we connect to them. A common trait you’ll
find in heroes and main characters is having a good heart. Having a good heart
is something we can deeply connect to. That’s why characters like Hiccup,
Spider-man, Ash Ketchum are all really relatable. We want to follow them on
their journey. There are two very common ways on how to design a character. One is
probably the most popular in the industry and that’s with the story. You
usually have a story first, a script, a brief, and then you design your
character. The other common way is probably my favorite way, is you design a
really cool character and then make a story around them. Which is partially
what I did with Faye! Everyone, welcome Faye to the world. She is the secondary main character of Nima. I love her so much. I’ve been developing her for the last few months. So I’ll tell you a little about Faye and then show you how I
created her and then bring you through the process on how to create your very
own character. So let’s do it. She had a hard life growing up. She’s an only child and she didn’t really like humans so much. She befriended these three spirits which was ice, fire and lightning. Which became part of her unique magic and fighting style. Back then, I just had a fun idea of
a magician playing with different elements. And I just loved it so much, I created a whole story for her. And because Fay grew into our
secondary main character, she had to contrast Nima. These two characters have to contrast each other but relate to each other. So, when I was designing
Faye, I thought about how Nima grew up in a more privileged family. Her clothes are more pristine, they’re more nice. Her hair is done well, she has
rounder shapes. And then we have Faye who’s a little more grungier. She has sharper features and her clothes are a little more worn. Although these characters are different and contrast each other, their journeys will echo each other and relate back to one another. The most important thing when making an iconic character is they have to have a thing! A signature
trait that makes them who they are. For example, you have Spongebob, who’s a literal sponge, he’s a square shape. Or Patrick Star, who’s a star fish. Or even Superman. He has that giant S on his chest his colors are blue, red, yellow and we can instantly identify who Superman is despite if it’s super
realistic or super cartoony. So, for example, we have Nima. I
would say it’s the red skin, white hair, and that symbol on her forehead. And then Faye, with her really cool hair, with her braids and then her eye tattoo. This was
her very very first design. I really like to sketch, she had
red pants and cool pink hair and at this point I didn’t really know what her
signature was but I really liked it so I kind of had to develop a story for her
and the design changed as the story changed. Before you get started, you need some
inspiration. That inspiration can come from anywhere.
Whether it’s like the sketch right here or maybe it’s like a scribble in
your sketchbook or even words. For example, Pikachu!
That could have been like, electric mouse. That was a great starting point for you
to start your character. I have this template right here. I very
popular way of starting is with black-and-white silhouettes. That’s very
popular in the industry to try to get the shapes for us to remember.
But since I kind of understand what her character is, I’m just gonna jump right
into colored silhouettes. A direction I was thinking about was kind of giving
her kind of shortish hair, but it’s kind of sporadic. She’s a little more grungy, she’s a little more edgy, so maybe she had short
hair, like that. It’s kind of like a direct contrast to Nima’s, which is
really fluid hair. Thinking about having a cape that covers her neck, like that. I was thinking, since Nima has a kimono and is so prim and proper, maybe she could have some really cool shorts showing out
her really cool legs and gloves. And she’s a magician. Ooo! At this point, you don’t want to go in and kind of make pretty details, we’re not at that stage
yet. But we just want the big shapes to read. That looks like a fun character. You can see
right here that the character is very symmetrical design-wise, right? In
the design world that can mean a little boring sometimes and so to make it a
little cooler, we’re gonna add some asymmetry to make her design more
interesting. We should add this right here. Some coolness. Maybe she has one earring,
that could be really cool So this is the first variation. I’m
thinking magician, you know, really cool hair. And for this one let’s try
something completely different, all right. Maybe give her blue hair, ooo. And
shapes are so important. They play a major role in how an audience perceives
the character. For example, if she had like a more spiky hair, like that, the
viewer would relate to that as a more aggressive design, so maybe she’s a
little more edgy or villainistic. If we went with something a little rounder This character looks more approachable,
look more friendly and then also we have the blue, which means trust. Let’s make
her a little more edgier, maybe uh, I’m thinking this type of hair. Also it’s really good practice when making these silhouette variations is to make sure
each one has a different voice. We’re not doing costume design where we’re changing
little things. We want each one to say something completely different.
Let’s maybe have a one-shouldered cape. That could be really cool. Look at that.
And maybe she has like a jump suit and red boots. Oh that’s cool, love that. Some really cool hand designs, oh my god I love that,
look at this. Some cool tattoos or something on her arm to show that she’s a mage. She’s like accessing from her tattoo
powers. Awesome, so this is the second design and you can tell that these are
two different girls. These are two different voices. Basically to give
us a mental stimulation of what it could be. And you’ve seen Faye’s design and so
we’re gonna do something in a similar wavelength. The cool thing is, you have these
two variations and you can kind of mix and match and assemble what you like
from each one. So here is our final variations. You can
see that each one embodies a different tone of voice. This one’s a little
more friendly, something a little closer to the final design of Faye. Oh
nice. And as I was doing this I was thinking of their signature, you know,
what makes them, them. And ultimately, after playing around,
I just gravitated towards this really cool hair! Look at this hair, it’s so cool.
From this, I’m going to take this design and make a more refined version with all
the shapes kind of supporting the hair. And now we have our big read. This is Faye.
And what we’ll wanna do now is narrow in on our design and design the medium
shapes. Maybe she has a belt, emblem on or cape, something more of a
second read, with the main intention is to support this really cool hair. Let’s
try it out. Still kind of like that idea of the tattoo, so maybe she has
some sort of cool tattoo here. That’s cool, look at that. A good designer
knows how to edit. A lot of the time people kind of put so much cool stuff in
their design and this is very popular with the video game industry,
no offense, but a lot of their designs are over flourished. There’s a
lot of stimulus going on, but that basically just relates to the game of
armor. God-tier, I don’t knowm and you want to stack yourself and make yourself look
the coolest, but when you’re making something for film or TV you kind of
want to simplify your design and you want to be a good editor. If this was a
video game, right? We would stack her with all this armor. And then we have wings,
right? She has a necklace with a medallion
and then she has a sword. What else can we add guys? A big shield. Even further, it
represents her home country, I don’t know. But you can tell, right? This is a
video game. And this is not what we want to do when we’re creating iconic
characters. We’re not creating armor or we’re not costume designing, we’re
creating characters. Go all the way back. She’s losing all her armor, no! And we want to be good
editors and make sure we always think about the main component, which is her
hair. And so, let’s support that. And this is not the case for every video game at
all. There’s some great iconic characters like Link, and Mario, Luigi, Pikachu.
They have a really nice iconic presence and that’s up to you, the designer, on what
to edit and what to feature. Maybe her tattoos are a blue color. Ooh that’s nice.
See, everything here kind of leads up to the hair, to the eyes, and that’s exactly
what I want for her. You can also see here that the cape’s
design also echo the shape of the hair. That’s a pretty good pass.
Visibility in the eyes, the one sleeve, some stimulus on the cape itself. For this variation, I kind of flipped
it inside out. You know, red shirt with white pants, black boots. And you can tell
instantly that her impact changes a lot and that’s the key thing. We kept the
big shapes, we kept the big read but kind of changed the internal
language of what you want to say. I actually really like this a lot. Just a lot
more fresher. This one looks a little more dark and edgy. So, there are endless,
infinite possibilities in what you can do and you can easily get lost.
That’s why movie studios probably take months or even years to finalize their
final character because there are infinite possibilities. Hey guys, so I
went ahead, and with the template, I drew in Faye’s actual design. And I want to talk
to you a little bit about what I was thinking. I still kept the hair,
we still have the eye tattoo. Just note that you’ll probably make hundreds
of variations before you get to the final one, but you will get there I
promise. Every design decision is kind of forcing yourself up to the hair and I
put in some blues. She’s still friendly, we can trust her. And I kept
the half cape, I love that idea. And I really like the impact of the
design. And a good design test to see if your character is iconic enough, is to
have anybody, even a five-year-old, draw your character. And if they can replicate
it and resemble the character then you’ve done a good job. You
remember that design with Faye, with all the armor. I feel like that’s a lot
harder for anyone to remember, but this one I feel is simple enough to be
successful. So, while we don’t have a five-year-old, we have James! Yay!
James is in the studio and let’s take this all away and see if he can remember
Faye and draw what she looks like. Let’s do it, all right here you go. Nice! It looks like her already. I’m like
for real. James, it’s amazing!
[James] Yay. That’s pretty spot on, hold on
let’s compare this back to our original one. James you did a pretty good job, look at that. You even got that little blue in there. That-
[James] I forgot the necklace Oh you forgot the necklace,
it’s okay. But, overall I feel like the impact is there and we can
recognize that this is Faye and I swear to God we could have cheated but we stayed
true to the design test and we didn’t. And now we know that it’s a successful
design. Thanks James, for helping us confirm that. And if you want this pose
template for you to try out your own characters with, I’m giving it for free
on my website. Yeah, the links in the description. And in the previous video, I
talked a lot about presentation. You want to present your character in
the best light. And so this is kind of a static pose, and what we want to do now,
is find a good way to represent her. Let’s try some things. I don’t even know what I’m doing.
[Laughter] What we’re you drawing? I’m drawing a leg, bro. I need to infuse her spirits. What a perfect
time to infuse her powers. So this is the first pose that I
have. I kind of roughed in, and what I’m trying to do here is show her
attitude. She knows she’s strong, she’s showing off her magic, she’s
kind of a little bit smug. I think this is a first good pass but let’s try
another one. Here’s the second pose and I’m being
really loose with these. I’m trying to capture the gesture, I’m trying
to capture the personality, I’m trying to explore visually and for this one I’m
flaunting her magic a little more. For the third one, I want to capture her
calmness and her laid-back nature a little more, so I’m gonna try a
third one. Awesome, here is the third pose and check
it out. Look at all the poses. This one, she’s like flaunting her magic and this
one she’s really casting a spell. I’m really digging this one, she’s
laid back and letting the magic speak for itself and there’s a really nice
confidence here. And while we don’t have all the time in the world to fully flesh
this out, I went ahead and finished it. And here it is. Ready? One, two, three,
Oh! It’s Faye! This is a her rendered out. She has a nice confident
pose. She’s still way letting the magic speak for itself. She’s firm on the
ground. The important lesson to take away from this, is the design process.
We want to make sure we have a solid iconic character, which we can all relate
to, and the rest is just practice. Hours of rendering, and studies, and
then eventually you will get here, I promise. And after you have the design,
you have the pose right, and we understand who the character is, the next
step that I love doing and everyone loves seeing are poses. You know, super
cool action poses and check it out. This was after I had the design, I went
ahead and did some really cool moves based on her magic and I’m getting
excited seeing this. She’s a magician and this is her power. This is
like all three of her spirits combining into an arcane magic and
demolishing the enemy. We have her putting on her glove over here, and then
we have her maybe attacking with two spirits at once. This is maybe like a
lightning fire shotgun kind of spell. This is her leaping into the wind.
I was able to do this here because I had the design of the character over here.
And after you have your final design and you do some really cool poses, the cherry
on top is the character illustration. This is where people pay the big bucks,
this is the juice, this is where you put your love of rendering, lighting,
and all the composition all into play. This is like a cinematic moment for your
character and here’s mine. Ready? Bam! Ah, It’s Faye! Check it out. This is kind of what
I’m thinking you know, she’s kind of in the air, it’s very luminous, she’s playing
with her spirits. We have the really cool hair, we have the eye tattoo, and
everything just kind of comes together, through rendering, through story, to the
pose. And this is where I get real excited because it’s literally
breathing life into your character. But all this is just glitz and glam. This is just
hours of rendering, hours of perfection, but what’s really important is having a
good design. Because if you have a bad design and you do all this glitz and
glam on top, the design is still gonna be bad. It’s the foundation that matters.
Because I had my design, I thought about it, you know, about the
story, and different things that’s gonna make her, her. I was able to continue
further with the poses, with the final illustration, and let that breathe
through. I hope you guys learned a lot on how to create characters, or
having a starting point to create characters. I hope you guys like the reveal
of Faye. I’m really excited about her. She’s like so much of what I’m
about. I just love magic, and mages, and strong
females, and I feel like she’s an embodiment of that. And she’s a really
good contrast to Nima. And let’s take one final look at everything we’ve created
in this episode. What’s up, you want to hang out? You wanna hang out?
Oh it’s Milo! Milo, what do you think of Faye, huh? What do you think of Faye, do you like her? She’s my new best friend, I’m gonna replace you. Do you like her? Give her a
kiss. Hey guys, I hope you enjoyed the character design episode of my
masterclass series. I love characters and I’ve been drawing them for as long
as I can remember. These are some of the key things that I took away that was
really valuable for me and hopefully they can help you design your characters.
In the next episode, we’re gonna attack portraits! We’ll be tackling things like
color, light, rendering, and exploring unique ways on how to make your portrait look
amazing. And if you want the pose template files for you to try your own
designs on, I’m giving it away for free on my site right here.
Try it out, I’m excited to see what you guys come up with. What is a character you wish
you designed, and why? For me, it’s probably Princess Kita from Atlantis.
Yes, she’s so cool, she’s so up my alley you know, she’s like a powerful female
with tattoo markings, and she’s my favorite Disney Princess. I feel like she
doesn’t get enough recognition. Good luck with your character designs. I’m so
excited to see what you guys come up with. And I’ll catch you next time where
we’re drawing portraits on the next episode of Ross Draws
master class. Every day is a color dodge day.


  1. Ross Draws said:

    (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ AHHH THANKS FOR BEING PATIENT, these videos take quite long to put together and are packed with content! ALSO some people are saying they sometimes don’t get notifications when the episodes are out, make sure you turn on that bell icon to never miss an upload!

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    I HOPE YOU LIKE THE REVEAL OF FAYE. She’s my babyyyyy. I’ll see you on the next Master Course episode where we’ll be learning PORTRAITS

    March 29, 2019
  2. Mae said:

    3:23 Omg I’m laughing so hard rn I heard: GIANT ASS

    October 7, 2019
  3. JTTechie said:

    18:33 I love the fact that Faye does squats lol

    October 7, 2019
  4. ragufett said:

    Why would you ever need a tablet that big and how????

    October 11, 2019
  5. RayreVictoriaX X said:

    Ohhhhhh this famous artist nearly got 1M subs

    October 13, 2019
  6. Bois Bois said:

    they really distorted dva hello emote at the begining to miss the copyright strike

    October 16, 2019
  7. joseph eapen said:

    Seems he is funded by Nintendo lol only iconic characters are nintendo once :-D……Angry Bird stares at him 😀

    October 16, 2019
  8. TFrak said:

    You are a fraking genius, just got my graphic tablet, is a cheap one, but im gonna try to follow your tutorials. Hope get so good like you one day.

    October 16, 2019
  9. Mr Boerger said:

    Yeesh I don't not shit about designing lmao ಠ∀ಠ thanks for the tips dude

    October 16, 2019
  10. Milkichu said:

    Who else is broke af and uses their finger on ibis paint? 😭

    October 20, 2019
  11. Elder Christen said:


    October 23, 2019
  12. man of the woods said:

    This absolutely blew me away!

    October 24, 2019
  13. Caitlyn said:

    you better feel honored i just took notes
    i did

    November 1, 2019
  14. VapeL said:

    He's so positive.

    November 3, 2019
  15. Alice Chong said:

    Ross: 21:05 I feel like she doesn't get enough recognition…
    Me: Who's Kita?

    November 8, 2019
  16. Persephone or Donato said:

    Superman is constipated and the "S" is not really an S. It's the symbol of the Kryptonian House of El. Sowwy.

    November 11, 2019
  17. Qwurtie said:

    Can this work for traditional art too?

    November 13, 2019
  18. Juan Arredondo said:

    Im in love with Faye

    November 16, 2019
  19. SenpaiPenz said:

    Oof just started my character it’s more of an attack video character, female, guns, high tech gear, lemme know if y’all like it the description?

    November 16, 2019
  20. MadHaru Pop Art said:

    Its like invoker dota2 chara
    In female version

    November 16, 2019
  21. Emerald Greene said:

    Kita really doesn’t get enough recognition. Atlantis: The Lost Empire was Disney at its best

    November 18, 2019
  22. keiffer_adam said:

    Love it

    November 18, 2019
  23. kyu said:

    THANKS !!

    November 18, 2019
  24. CrystallikeIce said:

    Oh my god you are so talented! I love love your finished work and you make me want to get better. I wanted to ask your opinion on Character Art School by Scott Harris. Do you think that's worth paying for or is it a waste of money? Thanks

    November 19, 2019
  25. Mattis Grotegerd said:

    All of your sketches still look better than anything i‘ve ever drew.

    November 20, 2019
  26. Pedro Alan Dourado said:

    giant ass on his chest

    November 21, 2019
  27. JH Boneo said:

    I was already thinking about yhe 2nd way to building characters, the way you make characters first then build their story from there. I'm loving the series so far because you don't just teach us how to draw and make art… You also teach how to make it legit and attractive… I love this series! I'm learning a lot!

    November 21, 2019
  28. AniMay said:

    No idea how he can actually give us that course for free, it's too good😗

    November 24, 2019
  29. Christi -Jan Hendriks said:

    Hey, I just wanna say thanks for these videos. I love your style and breaking these things down like this makes it really easy to find our own voices. I really enjoyed this episode in particular, because like you said we all want to draw characters, because we are characters too and we want to makes something relatable.

    November 26, 2019
  30. Christi -Jan Hendriks said:

    Character I wish I designed: Katara from Avatar: The Last Airbender. She is a really soft character with motherly traits and her waterbending is incredible. I wish I had designed her because she has a big soft heart, but could kick your butt easily if she has to.

    November 26, 2019
  31. Thecat66666 Thecat6666 said:

    careful there, dont wanna call it master class

    November 28, 2019
  32. Noah Dooley said:

    what do you draw on? Please answer fast because i love drawing characters .

    November 28, 2019
  33. Jonathan Lucerio said:

    Pls make a tutorial on how you make power effects, btw thank you for this video, it really helps me a lot! ❤

    November 29, 2019
  34. Kurt Ironmonger said:

    Oooh, Nice.

    November 29, 2019
  35. Bridge said:

    I noticed that female characters are always drawn in a sexual arousing way.

    December 1, 2019
  36. nur Nur said:

    not so clear…is it done by ps or ai?

    December 3, 2019
  37. Dolph said:

    Make a comic

    December 3, 2019
  38. Abigail Pinckney said:

    I love the half-cape too.

    December 5, 2019
  39. BigOne Kova m Neggão said:

    hey yo ross good job you are a great visual artist so i wanna work with you i am grafic designer the best of portugal my name is big one ok lets get it on ross xd

    December 6, 2019
  40. ValSpeaks said:

    Similar to ang and zuko

    December 7, 2019
  41. Shio Shinkawa said:

    this really helped eme,i come from the Netherlands so ill never see you TwT but this helped me alot eventually if i go to highschool btw im just 11 XD

    December 9, 2019
  42. Tea Eiliyah said:

    Ross: This is her rendered up…
    Me: Yeah sure, u just rendered her up

    I luv ur channel n art btw

    December 10, 2019
  43. Thecereal Muncher said:

    I really love drawi and I'm a total beginner but I got to ask. is it fine to work around with a mouse?

    December 11, 2019
  44. Madi H said:

    What app or thingy are you using to draw all those cool drawings?

    December 17, 2019
  45. Nath Axly said:

    I can see why I feel we draw some of the Same inspiration from keda, also nice you name your dog Milo – since the guy in the movie is called that 👍

    December 18, 2019
  46. Kono Sombra da! said:

    Based on your opening you’ve never heard of Alucard have you

    December 19, 2019
  47. Xie Priel said:

    Basic like Zelda breath of the wild 😂

    December 20, 2019
  48. Astolbro said:

    the autistic sound effects made me want to kill myself

    December 21, 2019
  49. iconicmr bell said:

    Really good video it really helped me better understand character design and I always come back to this video when ever I get confused keep up the good video.

    December 22, 2019
  50. scoutsnipper 007 scout said:

    Came to this for help left with hope and excitement your content is amazing love it very much , you are entertaining energetic and bring a great atmosphere to art

    December 23, 2019
  51. Nyx Lappay said:

    is this the same as concept art?

    December 23, 2019
  52. Boom Katz said:

    not sure how good a tutorial this is on character design when the character you designed has the same face and body type as every other character you draw

    December 24, 2019
  53. Alistair Stormbreaker said:

    I am happy that I bumped in to this video of yours because I am drawing but I am having trouble with my stuff

    December 24, 2019
  54. Niccolas Sundeen said:

    what app do you use to sketch your drawings on? I just got a drawing pad and i need to know what app to use.

    December 25, 2019
  55. Beats Wop said:

    me: looking at boobs
    ross interrupts: ooh nice

    December 27, 2019
  56. Gabriel Inocêncio said:

    Omg, I'm using all my english skill (which are few) to understand your videos, becaus I'm learning to draw and I love your work

    December 29, 2019
  57. kings2kongs said:

    Jesus, really good work. generally, how many layers would you need to build your final piece ?

    December 29, 2019
  58. zella said:

    I like this way but for me, I can't make multiple designs only to pick one — which I probably knew was going to be best anyway. When I come up with an idea I brainstorm in my mind until I get the whole concept in my head :^)

    This is a really cool video though

    December 30, 2019
  59. Elementplayz gaming said:

    I thought noma was the 1st?

    December 30, 2019
  60. Rita Howlader said:

    you can add an eye patch

    January 4, 2020
  61. Spandan Kankumbkar said:

    14:57 anyone else getting elsa vibes??

    January 6, 2020
  62. emily im said:

    Why wont he tell us what app he uses specifically?

    January 7, 2020
  63. Augusto César said:

    Thank you Ross. I mean I have this desire of be an design character and whole your job have inspired me to not gave up of my dreams

    January 8, 2020
  64. Anthony Finlaw said:

    Fayes' poor broken neck 🙁

    January 8, 2020
  65. ScaryScarab21 said:

    What are you drawing on?

    January 8, 2020
  66. Daniel Nechita said:

    Great course! Love how you can give a master perspective to novice artists. Thank you

    January 11, 2020
  67. Candra Hadi Wijayamulya said:

    I feel like this video worth a semester of character design class. Thanks coach! GOD BLESS
    Im definitely subscribing this!!!

    January 11, 2020
  68. Bodhini said:

    10:22 jokes on you, women in video games wear little to nothing. What is armor

    January 12, 2020
  69. Bella Nguyen said:

    Nice!!! I'm designing bunches of character and this helps me a lot.

    January 13, 2020
  70. Blu Kyung said:

    Question: how do you draw the body?

    January 13, 2020
  71. Uziel Rodriguez said:

    is that a 32" Wacom?

    January 14, 2020
  72. Adrian Leong said:

    first time I watched his vid, I was like is this man high, he can't stop smiling….hahaha

    January 16, 2020
  73. Adrian Leong said:

    Earth, how many inches is that tablet behind him?

    January 16, 2020
  74. Izuki Yia said:

    Ive been designing and debating my own persona for 4 yrs(well i was busy alot of stuff haha) xD . Just in 2019 finally almost gonna have her final design and concept.

    January 16, 2020
  75. Ilham m said:

    hey just curious, what is your drawing tablet name ??

    January 17, 2020
  76. Eden Land said:

    what software and tablet are you using,

    January 18, 2020
  77. L K said:

    omg this is amazing!!!!!

    January 20, 2020
  78. Raven said:

    Nice OC :3

    January 20, 2020
  79. VVGirl said:

    random person: then why are you asymmetrical?
    Death The Kid: cries in corner I am hideous!
    Random person: But you look so cool tho!!

    January 20, 2020
  80. Darjeeling K. said:

    I just found your channel. This is the coolest. Thank you.

    January 22, 2020
  81. Slytags Entertainment said:

    Thank you so much

    January 22, 2020
  82. lolfrog uwu said:

    But ross, how does one fashion? Color theory is one thing, but how do we choose from all the articles of clothing?

    January 22, 2020
  83. Haz-Matt Studio said:

    This is a really good study for me. glad i found you. keep on keepin on.

    January 22, 2020
  84. Dark Ghost said:

    looks like invoker, a character from Dota 2

    January 25, 2020
  85. Caro said:

    I already love Faye and ship your characters together, I can't believe I watched this to learn something and ended a big fan of your characters hahaha

    January 25, 2020
  86. Israel said:

    what program are you using?

    January 25, 2020
  87. Christian Björck said:

    Really good vid, mad props for uploading this for free!
    Just a minor nitpick – Miles ain’t Spidey, Peter Parker is. Parker is the OG so when saying Spider-Man, a pic of the real one would have been nice!

    January 27, 2020
  88. dreamkiss4u said:

    are you using the wacom pro 32?

    January 28, 2020
  89. Lily _6559 said:

    this was so helpful thanks so much for dropping some of your godly drawing knowledge on us. much respect hhh

    January 30, 2020
  90. Bryce Harris said:

    I love fae’s design

    February 2, 2020
  91. Kyra Eve said:

    Looks like a Red Haired Chrom 🙌😏

    February 4, 2020
  92. logan Jerome said:

    Does anyone know what equipment and software he uses

    February 5, 2020
  93. yuniedante said:

    Your tablet size really surprised me.xD Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge.(^ w ^)/

    February 6, 2020
  94. Tessie Griffin said:

    YouTube recommended this to me, so I'm new. I'm confused, why this Fay character looks like Elsa from Frozen?

    February 9, 2020
  95. Jykan Hel said:

    Can you draw a guy?

    February 10, 2020
  96. oh mydays said:

    I do it backwards and start with the illustration thats at the end 🤣

    February 12, 2020
  97. W I L D F L A M E S said:

    Mom: hey if you wanna be a good artist, go to school


    February 14, 2020
  98. Callampa Humana said:

    This guy gives out this WHOLESOME vibe

    February 26, 2020
  99. Mainifester said:

    How 'good' should one be at drawing?

    February 26, 2020
  100. Shirayuki Hime said:

    tbh…by fwar…NwiMa iw the bwst waifu…UwU

    February 27, 2020

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